I start to re-upload all of them plus some new one now in January 2013. Every thing before that date as been deleted by the authority. Enjoy the music and if you like a band just buy it at your music store.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

THE STONE ROSES / the remixes

The remixes

Bit rate: wma

LINK: theremixes

The Remixes is a 2000 release compilation album featuring 12 tracks by The Stone RosesUtah Saints and Paul Oakenfold. remixed by various artists such as

  1. "Shoot You Down" (The Soul Hooligan remix)
  2. "Fools Gold" (Top Won mix)
  3. "Made of Stone" (808 State mix)
  4. "Waterfall" (12" remix)
  5. "One Love" (Utah Saints remix)
  6. "I Wanna Be Adored" (Bloody Valentine edit)
  7. "Fools Gold" (Grooverider's mix)
  8. "I Am the Resurrection" (Jon Carter remix)
  9. "Waterfall" (Justin Robertson's mix)
  10. "She Bangs the Drums" (Elephant remix)
  11. "Elizabeth My Dear" (Kinobe remix)
  12. "Elephant Stone" (Mint Royale remix) – 3:28


THE ELECTRIC PRUNES / just good old rock and rol

Just good old rock and roll

LINK: justgoodoldrockandroll

Side 1

  1. Sell (M. Herron / John Herron) 3.13
  2. 14 Year Old Funk (Bill Daffern / Ron Morgan) 3.31
  3. Love Grows (Bill Daffern / John Fleck / Ron Morgan / Brett Wade) 4.07
  4. So Many People To Tell (Brett Wade) 4.00
  5. Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers (Jimmy Holiday / Jimmy Lewis / Cliff Chambers) 3.30

Side 2

  1. Giant Sunhorse (Bill Daffern / Ron Morgan / Larry Tamblyn / Brett Wade) 4.06
  2. Violent Rose (John Herron / Dick Whetstone) 2.42
  3. Thorjon (Mark Kincaid / Brett Wade / Dick Whetstone) 2.58
  4. Silver Passion Mine (Brett Wade) 2.53
  5. Tracks (M. Herron / John Herron) 2.44
  6. Sing To Me (Brett Wade) 3.22


THE STONE ROSES / The complete stone roses

The complete stone roses

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LINK: thecompletestoneroses

The Complete Stone Roses is a 1995 compilation of singles and B-sides by British indie band The Stone Roses. It was released without the band's input by their record company Silvertone, with whom they were embroiled in a protracted legal battle to terminate their five year contract.

The album features an almost complete collection of the band's Madchester heyday recordings for the label, as well as prior releases for other labels. However, many tracks are substantially different in quality from their original release, having been re-engineered by Silvertone, with the results garnering criticism from music journalists and fans alike.

  1. "So Young" – 3:30
  2. "Tell Me" – 3:50
  3. "Sally Cinnamon" (7" remix version) – 2:50
  4. "Here It Comes" – 2:40
  5. "All Across the Sands" – 2:40
  6. "Elephant Stone" (7" version) – 3:00
  7. "Full Fathom Five" – 3:18
  8. "The Hardest Thing in the World" – 2:39
  9. "Made of Stone" – 4:11
  10. "Going Down" – 2:46
  11. "She Bangs the Drums" (7" edit version) – 3:42
  12. "Mersey Paradise" – 2:44
  13. "Standing Here" – 5:05
  14. "I Wanna Be Adored" (7" edit version) – 3:28
  15. "Waterfall" (7" remix version) – 3:36
  16. "I Am the Resurrection" (7" remix version) – 3:41
  17. "Where Angels Play" – 4:15
  18. "Fools Gold" (7" version) – 4:15
  19. "What The World Is Waiting For" – 3:55
  20. "Something Burning" (7" version) – 3:37
  21. "One Love" (7" version) – 3:40


THE STONE ROSES / the stone roses

The stone roses

Bit rate: 128 kps

LINK: thestonroses

Manny Ramirez

This review is from: Stone Roses (Audio CD)
Someone said it earlier and it is completely true - this album gets better and better after every listen. It is a truly rewarding experience to listen to this album, whether it is your first time or your hundredth (which I am approaching). As others have mentioned, this was the album that paved the way for Oasis, the Verve, Pulp (to a degree), Radiohead (also to a degree), Blur, and many other of the so-called "Brit Pop" bands.

"I Wanna Be Adored" may be the greatest opening track ever and then there is the sheer brilliance of "Waterfall" running into "Don't Stop" (they play a part of "Waterfall" backwards). Ian Brown, John Squire, Reni, and Mani came together one day and for that moment, they laid down some music that was never going to be equalled, no matter how hard they tried. "Second Coming" (which was a belated 5 year follow-up) is solid but no where near the album that "The Stone Roses" is. But how could it have been? "The Stone Roses" was an album to perfection.

Everyone who is into rock music or just music period needs this album in your collection. You don't have a serious collection without this one. I own over 1100 CDs and if I had to choose 5 albums to save from a fire, this one is there along with "A Tribute to Jack Johnson" by Miles, "Ultimate Blue Train" by Coltrane, "Animals" by Pink Floyd, and "Disintegration" by The Cure. Buy it today if you don't own it already.

01. i wanna be adored.mp3

02. she bangs the drums.mp3

03. elephant stone.mp3

04. waterfall.mp3

05. don't stop.mp3

06. bye bye badman.mp3

07. Elizabeth my dear.mp3

08. (song for my) sugar spun sister.mp3

09. made of stone.mp3

10. shoot you down.mp3

11. this is the one.mp3

12. i am the resurrection.mp3

13. fools gold.mp3